The WisdomForce FastReader is a high-performance data transfer and migration product which enables transportation of data across multiple platforms in heterogeneous environments and significantly improves data accessibility. FastReader can unload and extract Oracle tables of any size into portable flat text files (or into a pipe) without compromising the performance of production database systems. The user can easily configure the output data format.
Apache Jackrabbit is a fully conforming implementation of the Content Repository for Java Technology API (JCR). A content repository is a hierarchical content store with support for structured and unstructured content, full text searching, versioning, transactions, observation, and more. Typical applications that use content repositories include content management, document management, and records management systems.
OAMP stands for (O)penBSD + (A)pache + (M)ySQL + (P)ostgreSQL + PHP. It is the OpenBSD cousin of LAMP, except that it also provides the SQlite database engine, Perl, Ruby, and Python. In addition, OAMP provides phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin for easy administration of MySQL and PostgreSQL over the Web.
Lobotomy involves many sub-projects oriented to experimentation about new design for human-computer interaction and, more generally, a new way for home computing. It involves a relational filesystem, a window manager, and many libraries, tools, and daemons to automatically extract and handle metadata.
Cubulus is an analytic engine and a slice and dice Web interface on top of a relational database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and MonetDB at the moment). It caches calculated cells and is able to parse basic MDX queries, with a maximum of two dimensions cross-join on rows and/or on columns. It includes hierarchical charts: the vertical boxes represent hierarchy "on rows", and horizontal boxes represent data sets "on columns" scaled to the "on rows" measure.
Zoned manages BerkeleyDB zone databases using the BDB Replication Base API. It manages all node communication and eases the difficulties that BerkeleyDB replication imposes (such as making sure that all zone changes go straight to the master node for transaction processing). It requires the BIND9 DLZ BDBHPT driver.